Life is complicated for Lydia Smith. She’s working at that tacky, third-rate museum, Shrimpton’s House of Ancient Horrors, trying to salvage her career in para-archaeology – and dating the most dangerous man in town. Just when she thinks she might be getting things under control, she stumbles over a dead body and discovers that her lover has a secret past that could get him killed. Just to top it off, there’s trouble brewing underground in the eerie, glowing green passageways of the Dead City.
Of course, all of these problems pale in comparison to the most pressing issue: Lydia has been invited to the Restoration Ball and she hasn’t got a thing to wear. (from Goodreads)
This book is a true sequel to After Dark. It not only continues the Ghost Hunter series, but completes Lydia’s and Emmett’s story. Their relationship develops very satisfactorily as all romances should and we finally found out what happened during Lydia’s “Lost Weekend.”
Fuzz continues to have an important part in the story and we learn a little more about the dust bunnies. We also find out when they develop their desire for accessories.
I have read and re-read books in the past that are never quite as good as I remember them being. This series, however, just keeps getting better and better.